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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Wolfie » 02 Jul 2010, 16:22

RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


God was kind to you yesterday and slapped Wolfie with a power failure - but I'm back, stronger than ever :n
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by RagingJamaican » 02 Jul 2010, 16:23

Wolfie wrote:
valuk wrote:
Wolfie wrote:Men have feelings too but like.... who cares :rofl:

Trust me Valuk, I'm one of those bad things that happen to good people!!!



Oh, that one was cold Wolfie, cold. :<>: :p

About the second line, i guess you could also read it that you are that bad thing that happen to good people. :S Probably I am reading it wrong :blush: and you mean that you are one of those good people, right?


Oh my, oh my....

Valuk, Raging and Storming - you all fail to notice that I contradict myself in almost every post in this section :zz:

After putting you on a test it's clear that the boy-trio thinks Wolfie is a mean moderator, thanks guys for participating in my test :p


When have you ever been kind to me? :(

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by RagingJamaican » 02 Jul 2010, 16:23

Wolfie wrote:
RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


God was kind to you yesterday and slapped Wolfie with a power failure - but I'm back, stronger than ever :n


Hahahahaha power failure?! You certainly deserved that! :lol: :lol:

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Maria d » 02 Jul 2010, 16:27

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Maria d wrote:when we travel to other states , its like we want to hide our license plates for our car. its gotten worst since the the wall street collapse.
how many times have i heard "oh your from NY" and then get a strange look.


Whoa Maria!!!

Are you telling me it's a myth that ALL New Yorkers are cold and heartless people :S

And I so believed in it :confused:

we are nice people, not cold at all. was wondering where you been, we could have used a mod in here,gets a little crazy sometimes.
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by RagingJamaican » 02 Jul 2010, 16:32

Maria d wrote:
Wolfie wrote:
Maria d wrote:when we travel to other states , its like we want to hide our license plates for our car. its gotten worst since the the wall street collapse.
how many times have i heard "oh your from NY" and then get a strange look.


Whoa Maria!!!

Are you telling me it's a myth that ALL New Yorkers are cold and heartless people :S

And I so believed in it :confused:

we are nice people, not cold at all. was wondering where you been, we could have used a mod in here,gets a little crazy sometimes.


Only when you are here :p

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Wolfie » 02 Jul 2010, 16:44

RagingJamaican wrote:
Wolfie wrote:
RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


God was kind to you yesterday and slapped Wolfie with a power failure - but I'm back, stronger than ever :n


Hahahahaha power failure?! You certainly deserved that! :lol: :lol:


:(

Lovely posts from you all, great entertainment to go through all these pages - LOL

Is anyone familiar with wolf-dogs?

My ex bought one from Belgium and he was given strict orders not to give any commands to the puppy for six months - needless to say the dog tore up everything - lol

The reason behind it was to make sure the wolf-dog doesn't lose his natural instincts and after 6 months two trainers came from Belgium and trained the dog.

Amazing creature, amazing.... The dog was so protective that it was almost scary, you never knew what it found threatening and sometimes you had to put a muzzle if you had to leave the dog outside the store. The dog was using all his natural instincts and it was really something to witness.

Once my ex-boyfriend was out walking with the dog when a loose dog was coming from behind to attack. This wolf-dog acted in a split second and caught the dog in the air - the owner couldn't really complain about her dog being ripped into pieces since she let her dog walk loose when it's forbidden in Finland.

But this huge wolf-dog was soooo adorable and lovable, always trying to sit in my lap and be as close as possible - in bed it slept on the back and snored - you couldn't find a more kind and sweet pet - absolutely lovable - inside the house.

There was one occasion when a 'friend' who was quite evil towards me once came to my house while I was babysitting the wolf-dog and the dog just sat in front of me and didn't let her come near me - it was an awkward situation since the dog's job was to protect me and in the end my friend couldn't come in at all - I really loved the dog but imagine walking outside when you have to be alert all the time, read signs to see if the dog is about to attack someone? It was quite stressing for me to always watch out for drunk people who might approach me in an aggressive way. But inside the house again my only problem was to push the huge dog from my lap and stop the face-licking :hug:

Anyone ever heard of these half-wolf, half-dogs?
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by RagingJamaican » 02 Jul 2010, 16:48

Wolfie wrote:
RagingJamaican wrote:
Wolfie wrote:
RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


God was kind to you yesterday and slapped Wolfie with a power failure - but I'm back, stronger than ever :n


Hahahahaha power failure?! You certainly deserved that! :lol:


:(

Lovely posts from you all, great entertainment to go through all these pages - LOL

Is anyone familiar with wolf-dogs?

My ex bought one from Belgium and he was given strict orders not to give any commands to the puppy for six months - needless to say the dog tore up everything - lol

The reason behind it was to make sure the wolf-dog doesn't lose his natural instincts and after 6 months two trainers came from Belgium and trained the dog.

Amazing creature, amazing.... The dog was so protective that it was almost scary, you never knew what it found threatening and sometimes you had to put a muzzle if you had to leave the dog outside the store. The dog was using all his natural instincts and it was really something to witness.

Once my ex-boyfriend was out walking with the dog when a loose dog was coming from behind to attack. This wolf-dog acted in a split second and caught the dog in the air - the owner couldn't really complain about her dog being ripped into pieces since she let her dog walk loose when it's forbidden in Finland.

But this huge wolf-dog was soooo adorable and lovable, always trying to sit in my lap and be as close as possible - in bed it slept on the back and snored - you couldn't find a more kind and sweet pet - absolutely lovable - inside the house.

There was one occasion when a 'friend' who was quite evil towards me once came to my house while I was babysitting the wolf-dog and the dog just sat in front of me and didn't let her come near me - it was an awkward situation since the dog's job was to protect me and in the end my friend couldn't come in at all - I really loved the dog but imagine walking outside when you have to be alert all the time, read signs to see if the dog is about to attack someone? It was quite stressing for me to always watch out for drunk people who might approach me in an aggressive way. But inside the house again my only problem was to push the huge dog from my lap and stop the face-licking :hug:

Anyone ever heard of these half-wolf, half-dogs?


Don't have a clue what you are jibber jabbering about but Hoi :)

I see you were on one of my articles, i didn't have a clue what you were talking about there either :p

Kidding!

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by momo » 02 Jul 2010, 16:51

RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


Why?
She is very sweet with her puppies, very attentive, very protective, very balanced
and provides love to her flock!
Just like a wolf! Her name is Wolfie
:hug: :zz:

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Wolfie » 02 Jul 2010, 16:51

Hoi :<>:

Today is the 'Be nice to everyone' -day!!!!

How about a hug :p
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by RagingJamaican » 02 Jul 2010, 16:53

Wolfie wrote:Hoi :<>:

Today is the 'Be nice to everyone' -day!!!!

How about a hug :p


If you wanted a hug why didn't you just say instead of being so mean. :(

:hug: :hug: :hug:

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Wolfie » 02 Jul 2010, 16:57

momo wrote:
RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


Why?
She is very sweet with her puppies, very attentive, very protective, very balanced
and provides love to her flock!
Just like a wolf! Her name is Wolfie
:hug: :zz:


Oi Momo, you are always so sweet :hug:

The reason for me using the name 'Wolfie' is that wolves have been a huge part of my dream world. They are the most lovable creatures and it's a shame that it's made a myth that wolves represent something evil :(

Momo, almost all my life I have been thinking that everybody is better than me, only during the ten last years I have been thinking that I'm just as good as everybody else - it's a loooooong way to thinking anyone would be below me and hopefully that day never comes either :blush:
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Wolfie » 02 Jul 2010, 16:58

Hoi Raging, yet again my words are turned against me, sigh!

:hug:
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by RagingJamaican » 02 Jul 2010, 16:59

Wolfie wrote:
momo wrote:
RagingJamaican wrote:Everyone run! The big bad wolfs back! :fear:

I will get you one day, just wait, yeah just you wait :n:

and Hoi!


Why?
She is very sweet with her puppies, very attentive, very protective, very balanced
and provides love to her flock!
Just like a wolf! Her name is Wolfie
:hug: :zz:


Oi Momo, you are always so sweet :hug:

The reason for me using the name 'Wolfie' is that wolves have been a huge part of my dream world. They are the most lovable creatures and it's a shame that it's made a myth that wolves represent something evil :(

Momo, almost all my life I have been thinking that everybody is better than me, only during the ten last years I have been thinking that I'm just as good as everybody else - it's a loooooong way to thinking anyone would be below me and hopefully that day never comes either :blush:


No one is better than you, thats why you are a mod and we arent. Hoi.

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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Wolfie » 02 Jul 2010, 17:04

Maria d wrote:
Wolfie wrote:
Whoa Maria!!!

Are you telling me it's a myth that ALL New Yorkers are cold and heartless people :S

And I so believed in it :confused:

we are nice people, not cold at all. was wondering where you been, we could have used a mod in here,gets a little crazy sometimes.


Maria, of course you are nice people :hug:

It's weird how people just make up a stereotype and BOOM, that's that then. Just because of living in a different climate or something like that people judge too easily.

I understand that in sunny countries people are very open and emotional but just come and spend the winter here in Finland and you won't feel any desire to go around hugging people. In winter we turn inwards and get warmth from our heart, in summer we get sun and become more open - that's just how it goes and it doesn't make us less emotional, does it?

In spring you can see people going crazy when the sun comes out :lol:

Many romances born in spring, blossom in summer and die in autumn :blush:
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Re: Off-topic thread for rally fans

Post by Maria d » 02 Jul 2010, 17:05

nicole, i have a dog that is part wolf, part husky and part shepherd , best dog i have ever had. we call he Dingo, cause she eat just about any thing. we have 2 other dogs but she is the leader, the other dogs cannot eat until she eats first, she stays by my side, great dog with people, but raise a hand to me and she will make sure you will lose it. she is Huge, well over 130 lbs,you can not put the dog on a leash, she will not allow it, we have a nice yard for her to run so she is happy at home, and any way i would worry about other dogs around her. my friend is blind and has a seeing eye dog, she can not bring her dog over when she comes to visit.
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